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Vocab Level D Unit 3

Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Level D Unit 3

abridge v. to make shorter
adherent n. follower, supporter; adj. attached, sticking to
altercation n. an angry argument
cherubic adj. angel child w/ round chubby face; sweet, innocent
condone v. to pardon or overlook
dissent v. to disagree; n. disagreement
eminent adj. famous, outstading, distinguished, projecting
exorcise v. to drive out by magic; to dispose of something troublesome, menacing, or oppresive
fabricate v. to make, manufacture, invent, to make up
irate adj. angry
marauder n. a raider, plunderer
obesity n. excessive fatness
pauper n. an extremely poor person
pilfer v. to steal in small quantities
rift n. a split, break, breach
semblance n. a likeness; an outward appearance; an apparition
surmount v. to overcome, rise above
terminate v. to bring to an end
trite adj. commonplace; overused, stale
usurp v. to seize and hold a position by force or without right
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